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Kings Park Festival
An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2017
Find yourself in a carpet of wildflowers at the Kings Park Festival. Plenty to entertain young and old at this yearly event that features sensory walks, creative writing, poetry, plant sales and roving wildflower characters. Look out for the free guided walks or visiting artists.
Some things to look out for include:
- Wildflower walks: Daily. Guided botanic garden and bushland path walks, plus a mix of special walks at various times. See the website for details.
- Human Nature Outdoor Exhibition: Daily. The Human Nature history exhibition located at Forrest Lawn near the Boab Tree within the WA Botanic Garden, takes a dive into the emotional connections and stories of everyday people to Kings Park. If you have your own special connection to Kings Park, make a contribution to via the social history project ‘Kings Park at Heart’.
- Ephemeral Outdoor Art: Daily. Sculptor Sally Stoneman has created a large and ephemeral art piece in the heart of the WA Botanic Garden. The sculpture honours the Kwongan region of South West WA – an area of global importance and a biodiversity hotspot with half of the plant species found nowhere else on Earth.
- Botanic Base: 17 Sept.
- Friends of Kings Park Native Plant Sale: 17 & 18 Sept.
Botanic Gardens, Fraser Ave, Kings Park. 94803600 kingsparkfestival.com.au